Saturday, May 5, 2012

Metal Wheels/Shadow Shots

 Old wheel, clapboard behind

 A bright sunny day is so inviting! On a road trip I came upon this wheel.

And amazingly enough, on the same road trip...

Old wheel, log cabin behind

I found this.
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19 comments:

Linda said...

A weekend for wheels! Great shots - even better eye for seeing them! I have to admit, my eye is getting better for seeing all the possibilities...

Lowell said...

These are both wonderful photos. I'm not sure why, but I find old wagon wheels very intriguing. Perhaps because the give a feel of romance to the past.

Carver said...

I love old wagon wheels and you shot these so well. My parents had an old wagon wheel from my great grandparents farm that they used as a Christmas tree stand. It was very heavy which is why I didn't keep it but I wish I had. It would have been something with memories to put in my garden.

Elaine said...

Beautiful! I like that worn siding behind the second shot.

Judy @ daily yarns said...

I like them, I always say I would love to have one in my yard.

Sylvia K said...

I love these!! What terrific shadow shots for the day -- as always! Great composition1 Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Kelly said...

Wonderful finds...and how odd to see two on the same outing!

Gemma Wiseman said...

These wheel shadows are like the outline of a mandala in draft! Beautiful!

Joan said...

Love the texture of the wood behind both of them.
Nice!

Laura said...

wonderful shadows!

chubskulit said...

Wheels always makes gorgeous shadows.

Joy and Shadow, have a blessed Sunday!

robin. said...

blessed with two wheels...very cool. love the old wood. wonderful sun and shadows!!!!

Everything Changes said...

"LIKE" :-)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

How observant you are! Great finds!

Shadowy Stone

John McElveen said...

That shot is INCREDIBLE! Thanks for sharing!

John

Genie said...

You were certainly lucky on this one day. Amazing you was two wheels. They are so nice. I see lots of them here in the county. People just keep them and trop them up against the side of an outbuilding. genie

Beverley Baird said...

The wheels make wonderful shadows! Great shots for the day!

toby said...

How lucky - and how picturesque! Great finds and captures!

A Quiet Corner said...

Imagine where those wheels have been!...:)JP

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